For Teens

Resources for Teens/Young Adults

  • Young Adults Coping With Death, You Are Not Alone; written by Jennifer Kaplan Schreiber
  • Weird is Normal When Teenagers Grieve, written by Jenny Lee Wheeler
  • The Anxiety Workbook for Teens, written by Schab
  • After a Parent’s Suicide, written by Margo Requarth
  • When Someone You Love Completes Suicide, written by Sandra Sexton Jones
  • Tear Soup, written by Pat Schweibert and Chuck Deklyer
  • What Does That Mean? Written by Harold Ivan Smith and Joy Johnson
  • The Empty Place, written by Roberta Temes Ph.D.
  • Fire in my Heart, Ice in my Veins, written by Enid Samuel Traiman
  • How it Feels When a Parent Dies, written by Jill Krementz
  • Teenage Grief, written by Janet Tyson
  • Healing Your Grieving Hearts for Teens, written by Alan Wolfelt
  • Straight Talk about Death for Teenagers, written by Earl Grollman
  • Teen Grief Relief, written by Heidi Horsley & Gloria Horsley
  • We Get It, written by Heather L. Servaty & David C. Fajgenbaum
  • After Suicide Loss, written by Jack Jordan & Bob Baugher

Hello Grief provides information and resources about grief in order to break through the current culture of avoidance that surrounds death and loss. Instead, Hello Grief addresses bereavement head-on for those who are helping others cope, as well as those who need support on their own personal journey with grief. In a world that doesn’t get it, we do.